Wendy Williams Reportedly Has Secret Meeting With Her Attorneys Amid Husband's Cheating Rumors
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Following news of husband Kevin Hunter's alleged cheating scandal, 'Wendy seems to be preparing to make a big move, but what she is preparing for only she knows for now,' says a source.

AceShowbiz - %cWendy Williams% reportedly has secret meetings with her attorneys in the midst of husband Kevin Hunter's alleged cheating scandal. A source close to Wendy reveals to HollywoodLife.com that "The Wendy Wiliams Show" host has been meeting her legal team "to see what her options are."

"Wendy has been privately meeting with attorneys, by herself this week," says the source. "Since her husband's cheating scandal broke, Wendy has set-up and been to a few different secret meetings with her legal team. No one in her entourage knows what is going on behind the closed-door meetings."

The site points out that a split from Kevin would be really complicated for Wendy, as he's not only her manager, but the couple has a successful production company together. Citing the source, the site adds, "Wendy seems to be preparing to make a big move, but what she is preparing for only she knows for now."

As previously reported, Kevin had been having an affair with Sharina Hudson, a massage therapist, for ten years. He allegedly even brought his rumored mistress a $765,000 house just nine miles away from his family home with Wendy and their son Kevin Jr. Hunter, as he was "in love" with both his wife and the 32-year-old massage therapist.

"Kevin is with Sharina three or four times a week, often staying over," a source revealed before. "They go to the gym together, they go out to restaurants together as if they're a normal couple. But then he goes home to Wendy as if everything is normal there, too. He's living a double life."

But Wendy appeared to deny her husband's alleged infidelity. Ronn Torossian, the spokesperson for the talk show host, said in a statement, "One plus one does not equal three. This woman is a friend of Mr. Hunter but there is no 'there' there," quoting a well known reference to a remark by Gertrude Stein in 1937 movie "Everybody's Autobiography" which means nothing significant exists.

The host later took it to her show to address the cheating allegations. Publicly defending her hubby, Wendy told her audience, "You can believe what you want, but...I stand by my guy." She assured her fans, "All is well in Hunterville," before adding, "Don't believe the hype and if there was hype, believe me you-I would let you know."

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